If you’re just here for the list, scroll down 🙂 I saw something the other day about what it looks like when you have ADHD and finally take your mask of forcing yourself to be neurortypical off around someone you fee comfortable with. This really got me thinking about a few things. At first, ifContinue reading “Self Love and PCOS – Ideas To Try Today”
When I was first using CBD years ago, it was super important to me to know why what I was putting in my body was actually working. I feel like this is the main difference between someone who uses cannabis recreationally and someone who uses it medicinally. Often times recreational users will use cannabis purelyContinue reading “How Does CBD Work In The Body?”
With the holidays right around the corner, you are probably starting to get questions about what you would like or if you have a wish list compiled. This can be an especially difficult time for women with PCOS because of holiday food causing flare ups, mixed emotions if you have been ttc, and maybe evenContinue reading “The Ultimate PCOS Holiday Wish List 2020: Pandemic Style”
Sundays are for football in our house and since we always host (usually a ton of my hubby’s single guy friends) I am always left cooking a ton of food that I can’t eat. This sunday, I finally created my very own recipe of one of my usual crowd pleasers – Taco Dip! At first,Continue reading “MODMED Recipe: Vegan Taco Dip”
Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links which means that at absolutely no additional cost to you, I might receive a small commission if you make a purchase using one of my links. Warning: Long post with tons of unbelieveable dairy-free product selections below. You may want to go ahead and save or bookmark thisContinue reading “My Favorite Dairy-Free Substitutes!”
You all asked for Mediterranean Diet recipes and you shall receive! My husband and I are huge soup fans and especially in the fall months, it’s nice to curl up inside with a warm bowl of something delish! You’ll notice I added a couple of things to my soup that aren’t typically in a minestroneContinue reading “MODMED Recipe: Mediterranean Style Minestrone Soup”
With the upcoming full moon this weekend, I thought now would be as good a time as ever to discuss the way that our menstrual cycles are related to the Lunar Calendar. When I first began researching cycles, PCOS and what it all means, one thing I came across often was the mention of theContinue reading “How The Moon Affects Your Period”
It’s no surprise that PCOS is a naturally inflammatory disease that affect 1 in 10 women in the United States. Many women experience symptoms from PCOS that present as painfully chronic afflictions. These things can present in the forms of: Joint Pain Muscle Pain Stiffness IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) Chronic Migraines Upset Stomach No OvulationContinue reading “Top 7 Things You Can Do to Reduce Inflammation”
Androgens are an important aspect of PCOS that often gets overlooked. However, if you are here, you are likely digging into how to PCOS works and what you can do to help correct it. Androgens are defined as any natural or synthetic steroid hormone that regulates the development and maintenance of male characteristics in vertebratesContinue reading “The Role of Excess Androgens in PCOS”
Considered to be a “Peruvian Magical Remedy,” Maca Root has gained much popularity over the past few years in the western hemisphere. Grown in very harsh conditions of Peru, the Maca Plant (Lepidium meyenii or Peruvian Ginseng) can be noted for some very interesting effects, many of which may prove to be beneficial for womenContinue reading “The Incredible Effects of Maca Root”
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